Big Grams – Big Grams

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Wherein two artists who collaborated three times on the massively underwhelming Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumors decide to make an EP together and market it as an album. Big Boi (a.k.a. Daddy Fat Sacks a.k.a. the lesser half of OutKast) brings the hip-hop while Phantogram (a.k.a. female-led flavor of the week) brings the R&B, and what results is something that’s not good for either hip-hop or R&B. It’s no coincidence that beat-wise, the best song here is the one not produced by Phantogram (“Put It on Her”, whose horns are played out in Big Boi’s discography anyway) and rapping-wise, the best song here is the one that features as many other rappers (“Born to Shine”).

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